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VOL XXXVI I
WASHINGTON WAVELETS
Bright Breezy Paragraphs Telling
The Happenings In the Vlllago on
Mahonings Southern
Border
By Peter M Herold
D M Stoufler Was in Sherodsvllle
last week
Rayihorid Lewis has returned from
his health trip o California
Born a son on Saturday at tho
home of John lilpplat and wife of
Mlllvllle
Miss Mary Fltzslmmons returned
Saturday from a weeks pleasant vis
It lrt Pittsburg
Allen Dalrymple and Miss Beatrice
Messorly ot Youngstown spent Sun
day hero with his parents
Mr Ground Hog saw his shadow all
day- Sunday and now wo can lookout
for a six weeks cold wave according
to tho Deltch
The pottery at Toronto has been
converted into a runner plant wo
need no longer booBt tho pottery
but trv something bettor
Lynn -Davis 4md a close call for his
lifo when cleaning tho air compresser
In Mullens works In Salom Saturday
afternoon Ho UBed gasoline In the
almost airtight compartment and was
overcome with tho fumes beforo he
was taken put
Pumping 1b In progress at tho O
P mine Amsterdam preparatory to
resuming work A full force of men
havo been at work steady In tho ioth
ct mines Tho number of men at
present at tho Y 0 Is about 300
and 250 at the Eastern 250 and the
usual number at Wolf Run
Pap MoyerB faithful old horse
fell dead from congestion of the lungs
when going home Saturday evening
Mr Moyer Is a huckster who supplies
his town customers with butter eggs
and garden truck for many years and
his big footed horse going at a slow
gait was known to everyone
Mrs SaraU Bransfleld died Thurs
day Of last week at the Harrison
county Infirmary aged 110 years She
had been an inmate of tho Infirmary
for tho past 60 years Mrs Brans
fields death was caused by an acci
dent which occurred last week when
she sllppod and fell breaking her
hip
Mrs Hosa Glrard and Mrs Emll
Guchemand -received word Friday
from Brockfield that their brother
Jules Honry had fallen down a coal
shaft Thursday and sustained severe
bodily injuries H1b fall was caused
by rungs of the ladder breaking
Dally papers gave an exaggerated ac
count of tho accident
Tho drama given in the school aud
itorium by the graduating class last
Friday and Saturday nights was large
ly attended and netted them about
f 65 3 asjter RqbcrtDIxon a- recent
arrival irom Dannie ocouuiiu
cd a solo between acts that surprised
the audience and gave general satis
faction and was encored Tho malo
quartette also sang between curtains
A theatrical paper In London start
ed a competition among Its readers
for tho most sensational headlines
Hero nro a fow of tho offerings Mar-
riage of the Pope Abdication of the
Kaiser A Negro Becomes President
of the United States Failure of tho
Itothchilds Wo Buggest another one
Four Trains Each Day From Nlles
to LiBbon over this Branch of tho
Erlo
Hope cemetery at Salem is prob
ably tho most historic spot in eastern
Ohio It contains the grave and mon
ument of Edwin Coppock who was
hung at Charlestown Va for partic
ipating in tho raid upon Harpers
Ferry in 1859 which lead up to the
emancipation of all tho colored slopes
within tho United StateB Now they
are raising money with which to erect
a suitable memorial at tho gravo of
Strotter Brown tho last of those
slaves who were emancipated by the
immortal Lincoln whoso birthday will
bo observed throughout this country
next Wednesday and In whose mem
ory a coin was minted in 1009 the
centennial of his birth But the
speakers at a McKinley momorlal
meeting held in the Presbyterian
church at Salem last Thursday night
had an audience ot only fivo persons
Salem has three avenues named in
honor of the three assassinated pres
idents and there should havo been a
larger audience obtained from Mc
Kinley avenue for Thursday nights
meeting or else change the name of
the avenue
The Methodist church was comfort
ably seated Sunday night to hear Prof
W H Rowlan a personal worker of
Youngstown deliver a discourse on
the Ethics of tho New Testament
basing bis studied remarks upon the
13th chapter of St Pauls first letter
to the Corinthians where the great
apostle deals In charity or love In
iljo new version The speaker is an
entertaining talker but his message
was intended more for an educated
class of Juveniles than for a rural
community Ho said that he had been
doing heavy mental work for 16 hours
a day or a double shift as miners
call it that he was tired and would
much rather be In Youngstown than
here He spoke of Aristotles phllos
ophy of Honesty and said that the
Saviors Truth is based upon Aris
totles Idea of Honesty which was
rather too deep for the average hear
er yet the verbiage of his discourse
was very entertaining from start to
finish Preceding the preaching was
an Interesting session of the nesvly
organized Epworth League And Just
here let it be briefly said In passing
that the Epworth dea had Us origin
in Washlngtonville and Prof Byron
E Helman carried it to Cleveland
where It grew to perfection aonut
midnight of May 15 1889 and now
numbers over a million members
throughout the world Prof Helman
taught school and resided In the El
S Freed dwelling now1 occupied by
Frank Paisley and wife He then
helped organize the Canfleld Normal
college and then located in Cleveland
where the first Epworth chapter was
organized on the date above given
An Epworth Memorial church was
then erected in Cleveland and the
Methodist conference was held in that
memorial church last September
when the East Ohio and the North
Ohio conferences were consolidated
KiMm a vtiUjLij
starttHe Year right
By- Assisting In extending tho circu
lation and usefulness 0 The Mahon
ing Dispatch A word from you -will
probably Induce your neighbor to
enroll as a subscriber One dollar
pays for 52 papers
Twins 100 a flear
Total
41
Carl Bossert Is doing civil engineer
ing work In Salem and JLeetonla
Ash Wednesday was tho beginning
of Lent and will continue until Eas
ter Sunday March 23
Ten more persons from Columbian3
county woro sent to the lnsano hos
pital at Massillon during January
A business meeting of tho C E
society will be held at tho home ot
Miss draco Welkart this Thursday
evening
Beginning with Friday George Win
roso will peddlo fish during tho Len
ten season and longer if tho trade
keeps up
The home of James A Matzenbaugh
west ot town has been quarantined
on account of his son Guy having ty
phoid fever
Dri O W Hulln has been reap
pointed infirmary physician for Green
township by the Mahoning county
commissioners
George Crook was here from North
Lima on Tuesday to see his parents
but tho homo was quarantined and
he hnd to return
Mrs Frank McGowau and llttlo
daughter Ethel of Beloit are visiting
at the home of her grandparents
Geo Watson and wife
Tho Pythian Sisters will colohrato
their first anniversary Monday night
Feb 17 and on the 22nd Will havo a
progressive euchre party
Farmers havo been hauling J D
Smiths stock bfcoal slnco the re
cent fall of snowAnd the miners can
soon get out another supply
Dr O A Rhodes is treating Abo
Stouffer for blo6d poison Mrs O
Bossert for the grip and llttlo Mary
Dalrymple for wljooplng cough
Fred Crooks son nobert came here
from North Lima Friday night to see
tho drama and Is now quarantined for
scarlet fever at tho homo of his grand
parents Harvey Crook and wife
The now nickel or 5 cent piece has
made its appearance On ono sldo of
tho new coin is tho reproduction of
tne head of an Indian at the top Is
tho word liberty and at the bottom
tho year On tho other side appears
tho figure of a buffalo and tho de
nomination of the coin
The paBtor of the Lutheran church
announces an anniversary sermon ap
propriate to Lincolns birthday for
Sunday evening At the morning
service ho will preach on Tho Work
of tho third person of tho Trinity
Tho Endeavor service will bo Inter
esting and beneficial to nil who at
tend
Tho sixth annual meeting of tho
Ohio Stato Assdclatlon of school
board members will be hold- In Colum
bus Thursday and Friday Feb 13
and 14 This will be a very Import
ant meeting and all school board
members In tho state are Invited Ev
ery board of education in tho state
should bo represented
It Is thought among saloon mon
that thero will bo but llttlo qr no
Uauor legislation at this session of
theleglslature and tblat Governor
Cox Is trying to build a powerful
party machine in urging legislation so
that tho governor can appoint most
of tho stato oillcials instead of having
them elected by the people
The following message is from Lis
bon under date of Feb 4 Mrs Alice
Bailey of Washlngtonvillo has filed an
action in court against Jeanctto Babb
a minor and Alfred and James Babb
asking that hor one sixth Interest In
lot 168 In Totlows addition to Wash
lngtonvillo bo set off to her Tho
plaintiff clalms Interest as an heir of
the late- Mary Babb
Bus Welkart was 36 years old on
Wednesday and received many con
gratulations from friends but his
wlfo having been bedfast for several
days with grip could not make jolly
on this particular occasion Henco
tHey did not get the band out nor
make a fuss and kl a chicken yet
his business wont on in tho same old
way and tho price of country pro
duce remains the same
During tho past century tho world
has been looking for tho man who
struck Billy Patterson and now tho
man has been found in tho person of
W H Mulllns of Salem William
Patterson who rescued Lynn Davis
from the deadly fumes of the air com
presser at the risk of his own life
was on Monday presented with a gold
watch bearing the following inscrip
tion Presented to William Patter
son by the W H Mulllns company
for conspicuous bravery in saving the
life of a fellow workman February
1 1913 Fat Davis entered the
tank at the risk of his life and was
glad to escape with his own dollar
Ingersoll The NeWB Bays that Pat
terson Is deserving of a Carnegie
Hero imednl True enough And
how about Fat Davis and Dr Yag
gl who restored Davis to lire and
consciousness by artificial
PP
f Village council met in regular ses
sion Tuesday night with Matthy and
Hall absent f The bond of Thos Wilk
inson as street commissioner with
S Johnson and Wm Dalrympie us
sureties and the bond of Wm Holt
as fire warden with C E Holt and
Mrs Maria Holt as sureties wore ap
proved by council The clerk receiv
ed 629 as Interest from F M
bank In Leetonla3 The telephone
out of commlsison tor a long time
was replaced in the mayors office
A motion carried to buy oil lamps for
town hall untlj gas is introduced It
was agreed to rent town hall for
dances entertainments etc until
April 1st at 6 a night with Thos
Dalrymple as janitor who is to col
lect rent for same Wm T Smith
was reappointed health officer at 25
a year and Wm Holt was reappointed
sanitary police at 22 cents an hour
for services when on dutyV After al
lowing the following bills council ad
journed until the next regular meet
ing
Salem Lumber Cottown hall 12365
John S Davis sal as treas 1667
David Welkart hauling 270
J D Smith oal 235
I F Melllnger lumber 300
Ed Luxleuel labor town hall 6348
Erie Ry freight on tank 32
Nat Gas Co gas fire houses 784
Nat Gas Co lighting town 1860
J E Gilbert supplies 637
I F Melllnger sewer pipe 4010
Thos Wilkinson labor 1400
Wm- Holt attending Crook
family 1T6
f29078
iha
MILTONc
SKw
The Dynamo club will dedicate the
town hall Saturday night with a
dance
x C Slack wife and son Fred of
Pittsburg visited tho Weikarts hero
on Tuesday
MISBes Mln Bllger and Salllo
Thompson of Cleveland aro visiting
relatives hero this week
Lester Deomer and wife nee Anna
Cunningham of Leotonla were Sunday
guests at tho Cottage hotel
Ira Frederick was hero from Alli
ance today conferring with a pros
pective purchaser of the Joseph Fred-
eericK rarm
James Atkinson has sold his pool
room to Geo Firth and Hop says
ho will carry plglron at tho Cherry
Valley furnace
Byron Welkart and wife of Leeton
la are tho proud parents of a bounc
ing boy which camo to gladdon their
home Tuesday night
W D JoneB who supplies our thirst
parlors with the goods was hero
Wednesday night and had all tho
rons of the houso line un alone thn
bar and unload schooners he paying
me ireignt
Fred was 36 years old
Wednesday- having been born tho
same day as his cousin Bus Welkart
Their fathers were brothers and their
mothers wore sisters making thclh
full cousins
Harry Gager was hero Wednesday
couecung lor tne w va Gas Co and
reported about 120 meters In town
exclusive of tho Btreet lamps Tho
gas rent Is duo nnd payable at J C
Welkarts store on tho 6th of each
month t
Several applicants have asked for
tho use of town hall since tho Inter
ior was completed by Luxieul Bros
Tho plumbing has been completed by
John Gilbert and tho gas main is
handy to tho building All that la
now needed is io connect which the
town is ready to do with Its own lab
or If tho gaB company will consent
Tho companys objections aro easily
overcome and council should proceed
However tho oil lamps of tho old
church are already In the basoment
and cafi bo used If necessary Some
of tho applicants ask tho town for a
piano but thero is no money In tho
music fund The Dynamo club will
likely occupy It first with a dance
and then with a drama Marshal Dal
rymple uas tho keys and tho renting
of tho house nt least until tho first of
April
PATMOS
Feb 6 Mr and Mrs Will Lowry
spent Sunday afternoon at Clyde Ow
ens
Frank Wack was homo from
YoungBtoWn Saturday to do his butch
ering
1 Mlddleton Greenamyre havo fin
ished their job of sawing west of Sa
lem and aro moving their mill near
Bpswpll to saw lumber -for a C -Miller
to build a houso and barn
Ernest Riley and family spent Sun
dny afternoon at tho homo of his
mother
S G Howard attended tho county
lencnerB examination In Youngstown
Snturday
Loy Ritchie has a horse suffering
irom paralysis ana indigestion
Ralph Bowman has Buffered a re
lapse The other Blck aro convales
cent
Mr and Mrs Charles Hanna and
Frank Wack and wlfo were Sunday
auernoon visitors at Sam Welnkarfs
Bailey nnd Pearson Ware with
their families spent Sunday with
their brother Georgo
Thero will bo several changes here
this spring Clark Leyman has pur
chased a farm of Sanford Robb near
Hornets Nest school house nnd will
take possession about March 1
Homer Greenamyre has closed a
deal for Georgo Wares farm
Warren Cook has rented Harrison
Zimmermans farm Mr Zimmerman
Intends moving his family to Alliance
An oil drilling outfit Is being mov
ed to H M Gunders land a quarter
of a mllo north of lore
The contest between Ada Millers
class of boys and Flora Keggs class
of girls in Bunker Hlli Sunday school
uas ciosea mo gins neing tho win
ners The boys will furniBh a supper
in mo near iuture
Feb 5 Miss Ethel Cramer spent
several days last week with Mrs Hel
en Rose
Mrs Wm Craig and Mrs H C
Creed visited MrB Wm Creed Wed
nesday
Warren Russell was In Youngstown
Saturday
Charles Porter was In Newton Falls
Saturday
Howard Kllngeman and Howard
Creed Rnent Rntnrrtnv nt tlia linma nf
Mir and Mrs S C Roso
K Miss Bertha Reed called nn Mrs
jftelllo Creed Thursday
pAt the meeting of Milton grange
Wednesday evening Jan 29 It was
decided to hold the next meeting
Wednesday evening Feb 12 at which
time time of meetings for the year
Will be determined
Mr and Mrs Owen Ormsby of War
ren and Miss CarmI Flick spent Sun
day with Mr and Mrs A N Ormsby
School Report Pupils perfect in at
tendance at the Center of Milton
School during month of December
were David Helsel Walter Helsel
Howard Creed and John Hejsel Rach
el Lbulse Duer Teacher
EOSEMONT
Feb 6 Mr and Mrs Alton Wil
liamson who were recently married
were tendered a miscellaneous show
er Saturday evening by about 60
friends and neighbors at the homo of
G W Powers The evenine was
pleasantly spent and a lunch was one
of the important features of the eve
ning The couple were the recipients
ef a large number of pretty and use
ful presents
Wm Zimmermans Sunday school
class will hold a dime social in the
hall Saturday evening Everybody in
vited x
George Leonard and family ot Tiger
spent Sunday at Henry Leonards
Shannon Roof was In Nlles Satur
day
iihonhu
that city A host 61 rlends wish her
well In her new poslton She Is a
careful painstnklng young lady who
made many friends while employed
here No matter how many troubles
were hers she always responded pleas
antly to every call
B E Durr wasa recent Alliance
visitor Bert Is now a full fledged
auctioneer having competed a course
in tho Jones School of Auctioneering
in Chicago and no mistake will be
mado by people who secure him to
cry their public sal s
C J Flfer of Alliance was in town
ono day last week
H H Wilson and daughter Ada of
Youngstown were recent vlstors here
Mrs Wm Johnson has been on tho
sick list
Quite a number from hero attended
tho funeral of Rev J H Hedges In
Kent last week Ho was a former
pastor of tho local Lutheran church
and commanded tho esteem of all who
knew him
Mrs C M Shlvely delightfully en
tertained a company of twelve friends
one evening last week
Mrs James Brown is a great suf
ferer from gangreno in ono of her
r
Mrs Nettie F2HterMsBlowly recov
erlng from a severo attack of rheu
matism
A poolrtablo has been installed In
tho K of P rooms and members en
joy many a social hour
Mrs E J Myers and daughter Ada
were In Alliance last week
James Bradshaw is suffering from
rheumatism
Mrs Solomon Hartzcll recently
purchased a fine phonograph
Tho W C T U met laBt Friday at
tho homo of Mrs M W King and a
most profitable time was had
Mr Stockll of Alliance recently vis
Ited hero with friends
I J Smith was In Youngstown Sat
urday
Ray Beckman Robert HIIIIb nnd
Georgo Smith were Alliance callers
Saturday
MIbs Oda Myers is our new central
girl succeeding Miss Martha Hoover
Ray Renkenbergor is clerking at tho
Pennsylvania station
Mrs Nettle Painter Is reported no
hotter
Rov Stuckenberg hns moved Into
the parsonage and will preach at the
North church
PROSPECT HILL
Fob 5 J M Spence was in Salem
Monday
Mr and Mrs C C Bowman spent
Sunday afternoon with L B Bing
ham and family
Mrs A K Kronlck was in Youngs
town Thursday and Friday
John Cronlck is slowly improving
Harry Barnes and family E J
Barnes and family and Geo Read
and family spent Thursday with Mr
and Mrs M J Barnes of Berlin Cen
ter
Jessie Stallsmlth was In Salem
Monday
The condlton of H P StaKamlth re
mains unchanged
E J Spencer and son will have a
sale Feb 19 after which they will
remove to Salem They expect to
take up the milk route formerly own
ed by Whlnnery brothers
A sled load of people from this vi
cinity left last Thursday morning for
Berlin Center Tho snow leaving
during the day they were forced to
return in a two horse wagon
There are rumors of wedding bells
In this vicinity
OORNERSBURG
Feb 6 T H McKean of Board
man spent tho laBt ot the week in the
home of G W Strocki
Joe Smith has moved to Glrard
Literary will be held in the south
side school house Friday evening
Feb 14
Elton Crum and family of Youngs
town were Sunday visitors lr the
home of Earl Corll
Roy Martin ot Poland was a Sat
urday caller here
Mrs G W Ryder is recovering
from u slight Illness
Mr Gerard of Youngstown was a
Sunday caller
Mrs Thomas Wanaraaker and Mrs
Earl Corll attended a lecture in the
Central Christian church Youngs
town Monday evening
Mrs M K Boyle and daughter of
Youngstown spent Tuesday in the
home Qf her parents Mr and Mrs
G W Ryder
Misses Cora and Edith Crum ot
Youngstown spent Saturday night
with their aunt Mrs Earl Corll
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BERLINfcENTER
Feb 6 Miss Martha Hoover re
signed her position in tho local tele
phono exchange nnd went to Raven
na wuero on Monday she became su
nervlsor of the tolonhonn ofllen in
Suburbanite Consider Parcel Post as a 8pecles of Paternalistic Sublimated
g Messenger Service News Item
BLANCO
Feb 5 Mr and Mrs Elton Force
spent Sunday at the homo of the lat-
ters parents Mr and Mrs Jas Med
ley at Duck Creek
Mr and Mrs C E Smith and W
F Renkenberger attended the sale of
Melissa and Walter Cllno in Berlin
last Thursday
Airs W F Renkenbergor spent a
fow days last week with friends In
Youngstown
Mrs Nettto Swank was In Berlin
ono day last week
Clyde B Kale was homo from Has
clion with his parents a fow days the
first of tho week returning to HaBel
ton Wednesday
Ray Renkenberger Is working at
tho Berlin Station for tho Penna Co
Bales Fore called on Albert Sholtz
Sunday
Minnlo Flick was homo from New
ton Falls over Sunday
Mrs Vern Thorpe and son Richard
woro In Youngstown Tuesday
Mary daughter of Mr and Mrs
Harry Kale has been qulto sick with
measles but is Improving nicely un
der tho enro of Dr W T Gudgel of
Berlin Center
Mrs James Wlesner hnd Mrs Flor
ence Bryan are suiferlng with severe
colds
Tho family of John Porter is slowly
recovering from their illness
Mrs James Cessna and son Delraas
of Rosemont visited Friday at tho
homeofiher parents Mr and -Mrs W
J Force
F L Loftus of Wayland was here
Tuesday
Miss Mario Orr Is staying with
Mrs Ezra Shilling of Lloyd for a
short time
Georgo Hofus was here Tuesday
August Yerklo of North Jackson
had business at Jacob Helsels Wed
nesday
NORTH JACKSON
Fob 1 Zontha Calvin of Canfleld
recently visited several days with
friends here
Mr nnd Mrs Robert Russell havo
returned homo from Warwick where
they vlstled their son Clydo and wife
Henry Hitchcock sold his farm east
of tho vlllago realizing a nlco sum
Mr Kean of Newton Falls was here
recently
Mr and Mrs Allen Richards and
two daughters of Youngstown vlBlted
their grandmother Mrs Mnry Corll
sunany
Mr and Mrs Clint Witherstlne vis
ited Martin Corll In Canfleld town
ship Sunday
C W Greenamyer was In Warren
several days the past week
Mrs Perry Wehr and children vis
ited at Homer Stroupp Sunday
Mrs Mary Boley died Sunday morn
lng and waB buried Tuesday after
noon She was nearly 80 years old
Sho leaves a son two grandchildren
and several brothers and sisters to
mourn her loss
Mrs Raphel Woodward who camo
to visit her father John Osborn who
is sick was called homo to Pittsburgh
by the illness of her grandchildren
Shannon Clemens of Wnrren was
hero Tuesday
Mrs Kate Moherman Is spending
somo time with her daughter In
Youngstown
Mr and Mrs Perry Ohl of Austin
town visited at H A Stroups Sun
day
Mrs Mabel Mlley who is in the
millinery business in Canfleld spent
recently several days at her home
here
CALLA
Feb 5 Several Calla boys enjoyed
the flno skating on the pond at the
Buckeye pumping station last Sunday
afternoon
T L Knauf was In Canfleld today
attending a meeting of the board of
county fair managers
Roy Metzler and Lester Templln at
tended literary In Greenford Friday
evening
Craig Slagle was In Canfleld Satur
day
Charles Ramsey Is confined to bis
home by illness
Mrs M B Templln Is a- to be up
after a weeks Illness
Miss Lucy Arner of Mlllvllle -was
an over Sunday visitor In the home of
W L Cook
Mrs I Houts and children and Will
Houts and family were Sunday visit
ors at Marquis
Mr and Mrs C W Hendricks were
in Salem over Sunday visiting Mr
and Mrs Will Hall
Miss Ota Paulln is assisting Mrs
M B Templln for a few weeks
Carl Cochel was in Canfleld Satur
day
Miss Ella Rice pur teacher spent
Tuesday night at her homo in Can
field
Lester Cook has returned home
from Salem where he was employed
jts ii3
fiTrieT
WEEK DOINGS IN COUNTY SEAT
Our Youngstown Correspondent Pol
ishes Up Interesting News Items
and Hands Out Bonmots
Feb 6 Now that the charter com
mission candidates have been elected
the list is given further along In
this letter not only Is the unexpect
ed expected to follow but tho Impos
sible With tho adoption of a new
charter thero Is never to be such
a good and great glorious city this
side of tho pearly gates of paradise
It makes no difference when and by
whom It waB said you can havo no
hlghor character In your community
or state than you havo in your people
Hero It is going to make no mntter
If nearly all aro Interested in some
way In metal aid malt and rye we
are going to have tho model city of
tho universe tho very salt of tho
earth There was a deal of a tlmo
preceding the election Tuesday for
chartermakors Joe Wes and S G
McClurc editor and owner of the
Telegram being the chief two bellig
erents with tho Vindicator In the me
lee with an independent ticket whllo
the Telegram Btuck through thick and
thin to tho ticket of the Chamber of
Commerce and eight on it had tho en
dorsement of the vindicator
Tho proposition for a special char
ter carried at the election held Tues
day by a vote of four to one Tho
vote was about one third of the regis
tered vote of tho city and tho Inter
est shown In the contest was not
great Fourteen oT tho fifteen candi
dates endorsed by the convention call
ed by tho Chamber of Commerce aud
endorsed by the civic bodies and lab
or unions of the city were elected
The only ono of the Independents or
opposition ticket elected was Attor
ney E H Moore who defeated Editor
Samuel McClure However tho
Chamber of Commerce Is very much
in the sadllc The charter commis
sion chosen is composed of v TGib
son A E Adams D F Anderson
J P Wilson D G Jenkins W I
Davles E H Moore Carroll Thorn
ton Supt N H Chanoy J R Wool
ley F L Oesch Dudley Kennedy
Rov J P Barry Henry Raisso and
H B Chase
This town is much pluming itself
in the expectation of great things due
to tho Judge Rose plat near Poland
and the John II Ruhlman road run
ning Into Conneaut There Is no
doubt but each will draw many to In-
vest in real estate and to build to
rent along tho one section or the
other Each proposition looks good
to people over here Tho lots In tho
Poland Manor run from something
like 300 to 11000 and will havo wat
er and gaB and nil such convenient
stuff Along the other lino there Is
already tho town of Ruhlman name l
In honor of John H tho promoter
himself And- by the way- John anda
friend had a the
other day getting spilled out of an
auto but fortunately were not se
riously hurt
Grant S Whltslar who Is now In
Cleveland where he Is the chief in a
campaign to collect money for a very
worthy project was down In Florida
not long ago and was pictured thero
with his companions and shown to
have caught about 25 2 foot kingfisk
and one sand shark This latter cuss
looks as long as Grant Is himself
The local groundhog saw his shad
ow all right last Sunday and accord
ing tc that venerable prophet wo are
In for It good and strong for six weeks
more of fuel consuming winter weath
er One time the groundhog was a
sort of patron saint here as there
was a popular club named after him
tho orlglnnl organizers or two of
them at leaBt being John H Mooro
and Suso Ambrose the latter now of
Cloveland
Word reached the city last Friday
of tho accidental drowning of Fred TJ
Baugh jr with two companions while
fishing at Lako City Fla tho boat
springing aleak filling rapidly and
sinking Ono only of the party suc
ceeded In swimming to shore nnd giv
ing tho alarm Mr Baugh lived at
335 Scott street He was born In
Detroit was 27 waB a foroman In tho
Carnegie mills and leaves a wlfo and
two children At last accounts the
bodies had not been recovered
The chanceB are 10 to 1 Canfleld
Is cussin the high price of crude
Standard oil the same as Youngstown
and the rest of the world It haB been
Bald oil was never higher but that is
an ignorant He for while It is or late
ly ws 233 for a 42 gal barrel In
1860 oil was 20 a barrel Tho report
Is spread the present rise Is due to
oil shortage but that is very likely
vory false and the real reason the
fact the oil barons are Incensed at
tho government and merely wish to
show what they havo the legal and
unlimited power to do And you may
safely bet that Is good and plenty
Last Friday In Judge W S Ander
sons court Geo E Cook was found
guilty of the embezzlement of J5920
from Lewis Wester
Next Monday Attorney John W
Davis will begin his official life as
probate Judge Judge D F Griffith
retiring with a splendid record hav
ing served two terms or eight years
After Btepplng down and out he in
tends taking a short vacation and
has made no decision aB to his future
location of offices The Incoming
judge taught school in Flint Hill and
attended the Normal college In Can-
held and was a big winner in a five
cornered contest
Attorney D F Anderson has sug
gested that in selecting tho saloon
keepers or weeding them out that
there may be but one to each 600 In
habitants preference be given the
ones holding licenses in their own
names the object being to as far as
possible eliminate the brewer from
the retail trade While the sugges
tlon may he followed it would he easy
for the brewers to devise ways and
raise means to legally retain their
present commanding Influence It is
hard to knock out a branch of trade
with resources experience and bank
reserve
A 10 lnch pipe fell on the head of
Mike Rose laborer of the Youngs
town Sheet Tube Co Sunday night
fractured his skull and ctused In
stant death fit was 52 and leates a
wife and chlla In Croatia wher he
was born
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Sunday night Dr Hudnut pastor
of the First Presbyterian church took
for his sermon subject When Yo
Pray and for his text had Matthew
65 15 and pointed out what ho con
sidered some of the dangers ot pray
er which at first glance seems a haz
ardous It not a skeptical proposition
He pointed out that ono dnnger to
day Is directly opposite to what ono
danger was In tho days ot Jesus and
tho Pharisees who prayed with osten
tation and unction In public whllo
now even practical fervent Christ
ians are afraid or ashamed to pray In
public in a restaurant at dinner or
hotel etc They being ashamed to
there say graco because it Is not tho
custom or for fear of ridicule Oni
Is led to wonder if Rov Dr Hudnut
says graco when ho goes Into dinner
In a swell hotel or cafe In New York
Phllndalphla Washington or else
where
Tnere are 3024 farms In this coun
ty of which 674 aro from 100 to 174
acres each Agriculture Is coming in
for more attention from year to year
Tho federal and Btate governments
are doing everything possible to show
farmers how to get more out of tho
soil
Local ladleB or some ot them In
any event aro Interested In the fact
that three states South Dakota Mon
tana and Nevada have voted by ov
erwhelming majorities to submit con-
stltutlonal amendments giving full
suffrage to women Tho New York
assembly also voted favorably but
the matter must bo given another leg
islative ratification and If women suf
frage should be adopted in tho four
states that would jmako at least 10 In
which tho ladles may vote like men
wo are Burc a poople of progress
In a row Saturday night over tho
spilling of a growler of beer Vlncenzo
Rezotto of 699 Albert street was
stabbed by three Roumanians All
were drunk Rezotto was taken to
the City hospital and at last ac
counts was In a Berlous condition
Police mado a raid In tho Belmont
Hotel and icaptured five foreigners
they found playing cards In one 6f
their rooms Thore was money Id
sight and the men were chargod with
gambling which is not legal outsldo
exchanges and Wall street However
we aro all born free and equal for
the U S Declaration of Independence
says so
Rush work Is the order In tho flno
big Ohio hotel corner of Boardman
and Hazel streets that the hotel may
bo ready when tho medics meet In
May Strikes havo delayed progress
Wo send missionaries to Asia and
Africa to teach the heathen and to
convert them while hero at home aro
boys very likely more In need of prop
er training than the adults across tho
oceans Young scoundrels tossed a
firebrand through a window of tho
homo of Wm Soldschur 410 West
Street Sunday when his aged moth
erwas In Jho house alqiic Shp ex-
tlngulshed the- burning carpet and
notified tho police ThlB town Is full
of such young scoundrels
In a meeting of Itallns In tho Elks
cluDrooras Sunday evening 2230
were subscribed for the building of a
Catholic church on Summit avenue
Tho pastor of Our Lady of Mt Car
omel church Rev Victor Franco pro
Bided Tho church will cost 25000
Tho Italians havo two or three local
churches already indicating how nu
merically strong they are
Joseph G Butler who Is tho head
and front of tho patriotic movement
for a McKinley memorial In Nlles
tho martyred presidents birthplace
is homo from tho east with the good
word that hls plans have tho
al of President Tnft ho at a dinner
voicing approval as did Senator Bur
ton and Supremo Court Justice Day
Aiucn monoy lias been pledged al
ready but It seems there was little
or none In Salem for a meeting thero
to raise money was attended by but
six people Addresses were to havo
been mado by Hon James Kennedy
nnd Dr J W Hill who reports how
ever that 10000 were raised dur
ing the first week of the renewed cam
paign But It is no wonder somo
meetings peter out for the charity
business is being worked to death all
over tho country
Saturday afternoon Judge W S An
derson sentenced these prisoners
John Williams stealing 65 from Is
rael ZHgson two years in the peni
tentiary James Poluccl stealing 140
worth of property from Mike Smith
18 months S P Law stealing a 150
watch from Wm G Miller three
years ho being for a time of the U
S regular army and having served
prison time In the west Tony Gnl
vlch grand larceny two and one half
years
Last Saturday the Mahoning coun
ty Bar Association after long discus
slon voted to submit a municipal
court In Youngstown city and town
ship to the legislature recommend
ing the bill which will be introduced
into the lower house by Representa
tive O E Diser Prominent in the
discussion and endorsement were Mr
Dlser Attorpeys L O Ca3ey Dahl B
Cooper Hon J R Johnston and Max
Brunswick A committee Esterly
G J Carew Cooper Paul J Jones
and Brunswick that drafted the bill
was appointed by President John
ston to confer with the charter torn
mission which was elected If the new
court Is created it will be similar to
the one In Cleveland and -will have
three Judges at 3000 each a year to
be paid by the county and that
should tickle the good old generous
farmers half to death There is also
a clerk to get 1000 and such dep
uty clerks bailiffs probation pfflcera
Interpreters eta aB requisite And
in addition each judge Is to have 39
days with pay for vacation It is
understood however the judges and
other officials must buy vthelr own
shirts and still pay JTor their bpard
and washing Why jthe Justices of
the peace the city criminal court the
probate court and the common pleas
court cannot do the business jias not
been clearly explained ad it no mat
ter Jt s better for the success of
soma great remedlcale and reforma
tory projects that they are not ex
plained
That Wick avenue Erie crowJa
still refuses tq be eliminated But
the ie grains contnua -to iily
hold up multitude who atut xxtm
the tracks to a tut trow tkir tin
and zleejdac pm
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